President Muhammadu Buhari has said the country will collaborate with Turkey in the fight against terrorism and arms smuggling into Nigeria.
The decision was one of those taken at the conclusion of the ninth Summit when President Buhari met with President Recep Erdogan of Turkey.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu in a statement on Sunday said the two governments agreed to support each other in the fight against terrorism, human trafficking, drugs trafficking and arms trafficking after Buhari’s four-day engagement in Turkey.
The president’s spokesperson in the statement titled, “Key Takeaways From President Muhammadu Buhari’s Four-Day Engagement in Turkey,” said the Buhari’s visit to Turkey featured the discussion about security and anti-terrorism; agricultural cooperation; trade cooperation; education and health; transport and connectivity; energy sector cooperation and increased private sector participation.
He said the President of Turkey mentioned the menace of the Fethullah organization “FETO”.